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How the #IoT can help these beautiful animals survive:  #InternetOfThings

  • An average of three rhinos are killed each day in Africa.
  • With new technology, animals at Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa can now help protect each other from poachers.
  • By putting IoT-connected collars on zebras, wildebeest, eland and impalas, these prey-animals become “sentinels,” able to alert game reserve teams to the possible presence of poachers.
  • Using IBM’s IoT platform, game reserve teams can monitor the sentinel animals’ response patterns to threats in real time to predict and anticipate potential poaching activity.
  • Using this data, they are helping to curb rhino poaching and preserve endangered species.

The Internet of Animals. An average of three rhinos are killed each day in Africa. At this rate, deaths will soon outnumber births. With new technology, animals at Welgevonden Game Reserve in South…

The Internet of Animals.

An average of three rhinos are killed each day in Africa. At this rate, deaths will soon outnumber births. With new technology, animals at Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa can now help protect each other from poachers. By putting IoT-connected collars on zebras, wildebeest, eland and impalas, these prey-animals become “sentinels,” able to alert game reserve teams to the possible presence of poachers. Using IBM’s IoT platform, game reserve teams can monitor the sentinel animals’ response patterns to threats in real time to predict and anticipate potential poaching activity. Using this data, they are helping to curb rhino poaching and preserve endangered species.

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